|Building Bridges: Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and Its Legacy - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition 54:37 Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg **************************** A Women's History Month 55' Special Out of the Flames, From The Ashes: TheTriangle Shirtwaist Fire & Its Legacy Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Fire - March 25, 1911 Tune into our tapestry of archival sound, re-enactments â a docudrama of the âflowering girlsâ who lost their lives in the Triangle Fire, on this hundredth anniversary, ...
Keywords: Triangle Fire; garment industry; ILGWU; Rose Schneiderman; occupational safety and health; New York University; Frances Perkins
|Modern History: Glimpses of the Roosevelt Administration 1935-1942 - Various|
Some people may have searched the Internet Archive for moving images of people in the Roosevelt staff and found Henry Morgenthau talking about bonds, an impressive speech by Henry Wallace and Harry Hopkins inspecting the work of WPA. You can catch a glimpse of other people as well. This is a collection of such glimpses. Henry A. Wallace and James Farley appear in this movie from 1963: http://www.archive.org/details/openmind_ep1152 A webside dedicated to Frances Perkins: http://www.ssa.gov/histor...
Keywords: Franklin D. Roosevelt; Eleanor Roosevelt; Harry L. Hopkins; Harold L. Ickes; Frances Perkins; Henry A. Wallace
|The Woman Behind the New Deal: Frances Perkins - Kirstin Downey - Kansas City Public Library|
Author Kirstin Downey discussed her book about FDR’s Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins who implemented the forty-hour work week, child labor laws, Social Security, unemployment compensation, and other essential New Deal programs. This event took place on August 28, 2013 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Kirstin Downey; Frances Perkins; New Deal; author; The Woman Behind the New Deal; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City